MsImpertinence

MsImpertinence

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437 weeks ago @ Mark Reads - Help choose Mark Reads... · 0 replies · +2 points

Not to mention half of his stuff was pretty much plagiarized. Rip it a new one, Mark!

437 weeks ago @ Mark Reads - Help choose Mark Reads... · 0 replies · +1 points

I feel like ugly crying, that was so SO bad. She made Shmeyer look good in comparison, it was so painful.

438 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'The Retu... · 0 replies · +3 points

Because apparently they needed a "damsel in distress" to motivate Aragorn to take on Sauron. Clearly saving all of Middle Earth wasn't a good enough reason. *le sigh*

438 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'The Retu... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thank you. I don't mind expanding her role a bit, but this was just silly.

438 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'The Retu... · 0 replies · +3 points

I mean, honestly, was the man raised in a barn?

438 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'The Retu... · 0 replies · +2 points

Originally the scene was supposed to take place as Gandalf and Pippin first arrived at MInas Tirith, but they later edited it differently, hence Gandalf still having Pip with him.

438 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'The Retu... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thank you. THANK YOU.

438 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'The Retu... · 0 replies · +2 points

This so much. They really made Elrond antagonistic, and for me it was so far off from the book that it grated. And it was almost like they switched Arwen and Eowyn's personalities.

442 weeks ago @ Mark Watches - Mark Watches 'The Hung... · 0 replies · +3 points

That was just Lord Buttercup's stunt double, we all know it's true.

445 weeks ago @ Mark Reads - Mark Reads 'The Return... · 5 replies · +32 points

In the strangest way, the Ring was its own destruction.

Oh, Gollum. It's impossible to not pity him, in the end.

And Samwise. Good old, Sam. Don't we all need a Hobbit in life?

Am I crying? Certainly not. No. I've only read this book countless times over my twenty-five years... *sobs sloppily*